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February 23, 2024
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Solar Industry Challenged by NY Home Rule
From left: Betta Broad, New Yorkers for Clean Power; U.S. Light Energy CEO Mark Richardson; Genevieve Trigg, Barclay Damon; Patrick McClellan, New York State League of Conservation Voters; and New York Assemblymember Patricia Fahy are shown at the New York Solar Energy Industries Association's 2022 Solar Summit in Albany, N.Y.
From left: Betta Broad, New Yorkers for Clean Power; U.S. Light Energy CEO Mark Richardson; Genevieve Trigg, Barclay Damon; Patrick McClellan, New York State League of Conservation Voters; and New York Assemblymember Patricia Fahy are shown at the New York Solar Energy Industries Association's 2022 Solar Summit in Albany, N.Y. | © RTO Insider LLC
New York’s upstate/downstate dynamic and its home rule tradition are creating siting challenges for solar developers, speakers told the NYSEIA Solar Summit.
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